PENS DOWN FOR LOCAL HSC STUDENTS

LOCAL State MP Adam Marshall has today congratulated the 831 Northern Tablelands HSC students as exams draw to an end.

More than 12,000 students across the state are sitting exams on the final day, with Visual Arts the last to finish at 3.30pm today.

Mr Marshall said the ‘Class of 2015’ had worked extremely hard and should be very proud to have completed the HSC.

“This is a huge moment in the lives of these students, who are marking the end of 13 years of schooling and starting a new and exciting chapter in their lives,” Mr Marshall said.

“Students have spent the past 18 days of exams demonstrating their skills and knowledge and now it’s time for a well-earned break.

“For those students who do decide to pursue a university degree, I wish you every success with your studies and hope you are accepted into the course of your choice.

For those who choose employment or further training, I hope that you are able to find what your need here in the Northern Tablelands so that our community can benefit from your commitment and ability.

Mr Marshall said there was now a much brighter future for young people in the region and that we have a growing capacity to educate, train, employ and retain young people here at home.

Students can login to Students Online to get their school assessment ranks from 5pm tonight and will receive their HSC results on Wednesday, 16 December.

“Our HSC students should be extremely proud of achieving this significant milestone, regardless of what result they receive on December 16,” Mr Marshall said.

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